Kourtney Pumfrey recently emailed me asking to get the word out about someone on Bluff Road who helped her fiancé during a work-related incident near the intersection of Bluewater Road.
On July 16, 2019, at approximately 10 – 10:30 a.m., my fiancé, Christopher Martin, had a work related incident on Bluff Road at the intersection of Bluewater Road.
There was a female there – I did not catch her name, but she was blonde and said she was a physician’s assistant affiliated with Munson Medical Center.
My fiancé and I are searching for this angel who saved his life. He almost died, and if it was not for her, he would have. We would like to thank her in some way or form.
My fiancé is still at Munson. He has had five operations to repair his leg that he almost lost, and is going to be at the inpatient rehab at Munson.
You folks have an angel somewhere out there on your Peninsula, and I would love to give her a hug for allowing me to keep my sweet man!!! ❤️
If you know who this might be, email me at [email protected], and I will put you in touch with Kourtney!
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